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Jan 10, 2013 6:00pm EST
-span: he's not? >> guest: he is probably the foremost lexingitographer on la. highly republicked scholar, has a company called law pros, lectures about the country on writing briefs and on oral arguments. c-span: still, i have to read the last line here of the bio saying he was a distinguished research professor of law at southern methodist university. >> guest: an adjunct. he's not full-time faculty. c-span: a falsity exposed. "the false notion that lawyers and judges not being historians are unqualified toot the historical research that originalism requires." >> guest: right. i mean, that is false. what are you, scalia? a historian? are you going to figure out what the man in 1791 when the bill of rights was ratified? yeah, i can do that just as i can decide patent cases. what do i know about patents? i know nothing, but i listen to each side. they bring -- that's what the adversary system is about. each side has an interest in bringing forward the best evidence possible so just as i can decide a patent case by evaluating, and, in fact, it's even easier for me to evaluate histo
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